Starting Your Own Website - I think I...
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I think I have hit on some of the key points that should help you get started. Some of what you need will be trial and error. Donít be afraid to make ongoing changes to your site once it is up, there is always a way to improve it.
(more sites to come soon)
About The Author
Scott Bianchi is a full-time insurance professional who has recently gotten into building his own websites as a hobby.
"Starting Your Own Website"- copywritten in 2005
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